There is a legend that in times of great need, a person wielding the power of all six Elements will come forth to bring peace to New Earth. The myth of the Six-Elemental is almost seven hundred years old, and the possibility of someone having the power of more than one Element has been thoroughly disproven by science.
None of this matters, however, when Kit Tyler receives the power of all six Elements on her twenty-first birthday. Unsure of how the world will react, or how to wield her powers, Kit keeps this information a secret, swearing that she will reveal it when she is stronger and more worthy. After all, the only thing worse than being a walking myth is being a disappointing one.
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Ali House is a compulsive writer, traveler, and reader.
She is also a fan of the Oxford comma. A native Newfoundlander, Alison is a graduate of the Fine Arts program at Sir Wilfred Grenfell College (MUN).
She currently resides in Halifax, Nova Scotia, where she works in arts administration and spends more time than a person should in and around theaters.
Ali wrote the shorts The Gemini Project and Second Life, both of which were printed in Bluenose Paradox, released November 8th at Hal-Con 2013.
“She’s a great Newfoundland author with a bright future,” said Engen founder Matthew LeDrew. “She’s also nowhere near as mean as she looks in this picture.”
Alison dealt the first Engen Universe poker game after the Stargazer Soiree on Saturday night and has been in talks with Ellen Curtis regarding an unknown project since.